We want people in communities around the globe to live and act knowing that wisdom and peace are innately present in every human being.
Our mission is to establish and support a collaborative world-wide network of individuals and groups who are introducing an understanding of the Three Principles of Mind, Consciousness and Thought via locally-led community change initiatives.
Our work is based on three decades of successfully applying a Principles-based, innate health psychology to communities across the United States. Understanding the Principles helps people to rapidly shed insecurity, fear, and the biases and prejudices of the past, and to more fully harness their innate goodness, creativity and wisdom; to create a world of unforeseen possibility and sustainable change.
Thursday, May 04, 2017 at 12:00 PM
through May 25, 2017
· $75.00 USD
Online videoconference via ZOOM
May 4 - noon to 1:30 pm EST:
How an understanding of the Three Principles makes a true difference, person by person, in people who are caregivers, patients, other health care providers
May 11 - noon to 1:30 pm EST:
How an understanding of the Three Principles creates institutional change in health care settings
May 18 - noon to 1:30 pm EST:
How an understanding of the Three Principles affects facing illness, healing, and facing death -- the patient's perspective
** Ticket price includes the three Awakening Community Circles sessions PLUS:
May 25 - noon to 1:30 pm EST:
How would it matter if all aspects of health care moved from a basis of insecurity to a basis of security and resilience, regardless of circumstances or outcomes?
Virtual Awakening Community Circles are designed to network people with similar community interests for sharing and mutual support. The objective is to inspire, encourage and support individuals to take action to bring an understanding of the Three Principles into specific programmatic settings in their local communities. For more information, click here.
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